EDUCATION
  • College of Law, London
    (Legal Practice Course)
  • Brunel University
    (LLB (Hons))
BAR ADMISSIONS 
  • England and Wales 
PRACTICES 
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Insolvency/Restructuring
 

Raheel Khan qualified as a solicitor in 2000 and is a specialist in all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency.  Raheel has for most of his career worked at Legal 100 firms based in the City most recently at Moorhead James (now Hewitsons) and then as a senior associate at Hugh James. In 2007 Raheel worked as a volunteer lawyer in Belize assisting the government with domestic violence legislative reform. Following his return, he worked under contract at the FCA and then the Treasury Solicitors’ Department dealing with charity law and ecclesiastical disputes.

Raheel acts for insolvency practitioners and creditors and debtors in both contentious and non-contentious insolvency. Raheel has particular expertise in acting for company directors especially in relation to alleged breaches of the Companies Act 2006 and Insolvency Act 1986.  Raheel applies his wide range of experience to his busy commercial litigation practice and is regularly instructed in relation to complex multi-party actions, often with an international dimension.

Raheel has acted on a variety of contentious and non-contentious insolvency matters, including advising and bringing proceedings on behalf of officeholders on preference, undervalue, wrongful and fraudulent trading actions, acting for directors in defence of misfeasance claims, Companies Act 2006 breaches, outstanding loan accounts and unlawful dividend claims, as well as investigating and bringing actions against such directors on instructions of office holders. He has also acted on a number of significant corporate and general litigation matters including a long-running multi-track litigation concerning multiple parties claiming an interest in property post-bankruptcy, advising and acting for directors and office holders on company restoration applications and applications to defer dissolution, and acting in a high value negligent and fraudulent financial misrepresentation claim.

 

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